European qualifiers acca for July 4-6
FootyOn pick out a promising European qualifiers acca for July 4-6, ahead of a plethora of clashes throughout Europe.
With teams returning to preseason training and preparing for their Champions League and Europa League qualifiers, the new season has already begun.
So, with profit like this available, be sure to read our European qualifiers acca for July 4-6…
Europa FC and The New Saints to draw – 12/5*
The Gibraltarians nabbed a shock away win over the Welsh champions last week, emerging 2-1 from Oswestry.
Europa secured crucial away goals, so expect them to be comfortable and not continue pressing heavily for a goal.
A home team – albeit in Portugal – defending a first leg lead has a draw written all over it.
Linfield to beat SP La Florita – 9/20*
If Linfield can hold onto the their Champions league qualifier first leg 1-0 advantage over Sammarinese side La Florita, they will set up a highly anticipated face-off with Celtic.
Expect this to be the extra motivation needed to get them over the line at the Stadio Igor Crescentini.
Progres Niedercorn and Rangers to draw – 5/1*
After years out of European competition, Rangers kicked off their Europa League qualification campaign with a 1-0 win over the Luxembourgers.
With an influx of new signings gelling and another week of training under their belts, expect the Glasgow giants to draw and thus go through.
Maccabi Tel Aviv to beat FK Tirana – 1/3*
The Israeli Jordi Cruyff-led outfit have a plethora of both Europa and Champions League experience, which should see them record a routine win over Tirana.
Maccabi possess a handsome 2-0 advantage heading into the second leg and will likely add to it in Albania.
AIK Fotboll to beat KI Klaksvik – 1/10*
Faroese club Klaksvik held out for a 0-0 draw at home in the first leg but, with AIK heading back to the Friends Arena, back the Stockholm side to beat their minnow opponents.
FC Midtjylland to beat Derry City – 2/9*
Danish outfit Midtjylland thrashed Derry 6-1 in their first leg, extending their fabulous European home record (including a win against Manchester United in 2016).
Expect the second leg to be no different, and for Jess Thorup’s Midtjylland men to put a few past Derry.